The Importance Of Mental Health


Hyderabad: 9 October 2023: Mental health has a key role in our overall health. The mind controls every aspect of our life. Most people in developed countries are very conscious about their mental health, but it is often neglected in our society, particularly among young adults. In our universities and colleges Depression and anxiety are prevalent among young adults, which are often dismissed as failures or dysfunctional. It is crucial to understand the actual reasons for mental illness. Big and joint Families, lack of job opportunities, financial crises, and social behaviors create too much stress for youngsters. In our society, in many large or joint families, children are not given the attention and importance to openly discuss personal matters with their elders. Such communicative gaps create stresses that cause mental illness.

The lack of adequate mental health care can impact the ability of youngsters to study or complete other tasks or even carry out day-to-day chores. Due to such problems, they may engage in harmful Activities. Sometimes, parents simply cannot understand the situation and start taunting or criticizing the afflicted individual. Such behaviors lead to isolation depression and anxiety symptoms for youngsters. In severe cases, suicide may be contemplated or attempted by affected persons. There is no such age factor for this anyone can be going through this. MENTAL ILLNESS Mental illness is a health condition, which affects our mood, thoughts, and behavior.

There are many types of mental illnesses, which include depression, eating disorders, schizophrenia(delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, trouble with thinking, and lack of motivation), anxiety, insomnia( trouble in sleep), and addiction. Addiction can be of anything or of a person. These illnesses can affect how we think, feel, and act daily. It's essential to take care of your mental health and ask for help if you or someone you know is struggling with mental health. There are many psychiatrists and psychologists available to help you or someone close to you can also help you get through it. Because if you” ll not get through it, it'll affect your daily life. For example, it may create disturbances at your work, school, with your family, relatives, and life partner. Signs of Mental Illness:
- Changes in mood
- Difficulty concentrating
- Social withdrawal
- Changes in appetite or sleep pattern
- Loss of interest in activities.
- Feelings of sadness or hopelessness -Fatigue or lack of energy
- Irritability or anger.
-Suicidal thoughts or behaviors.
It is essential to address mental health issues and provide appropriate resources and support to those who need it.


Good mental health refers to a person's overall state of well-being that enables them to reach their full potential, manage stress effectively, build healthy relationships, maintain a positive self-image, find purpose and meaning in their life, adapt to changes, maintain good sleep and eating habits, and enjoy life. Mental health is necessary for overall health and wellness, which can be achieved through self-care, support from loved ones, and professional assistance when required.
Signs of Good Mental Health:
- Positive outlook on life
- Ability to manage stress
- Healthy relationships
- Good self-esteem
- Sense of creating purpose and meaning in life - Ability to face life changes and their ups &
- Good sleep patterns
- Healthy eating habits.
better health for every single person is a necessity for a healthy society. It is the responsibility of our government to take better steps for mental health awareness.


People with this disorder experience panic attacks in everyday life which involves sudden overwhelming fear or a sense of imminent danger and death OCD Ocd people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (ocd) have obsessions and urges. They also have a persistent, anxious mood, as well as a strong urge to perform repetitive tasks, such as handwashing. PTSD Ptsd can occur after an intensely challenging or traumatizing event is experienced by a person. The individual assumes that their life or that of others is in jeopardy during this type of incident. They may be afraid or that they do not have any say over what is happening SCHIZOPHRENIA DISORDERIts a serious brain disorder that causes people to interpret reality abnormally. According to the NIMH, signs of schizophrenia typically develop between the ages of 16 and 30. It has both negative and positive symptoms.


Lack of motivation
Flat or inappropriate mood


There are many phobias even doctors don’t know about. Social phobia: Sometimes known as social anxiety, this is a fear of being subject to the judgement of others.
Simple phobias: These may involve a disproportionate fear of specific objects, scenarios, or
Agoraphobia: This term refers to a fear of situations where getting away may be difficult,
such as being in an elevator or a moving train.


There is no such test or scan to diagnose mental illness.However doctors may order a series of some laboratory tests such as bloodwork screen,imaging exam and also a psychological
evaluations. This may include asking person's condition noticing their behaviour medical history and their behaviour in daily life activities.


Some people take prescribed medicines such as Antidepressants,Antipsychotics and anxiolytics. Although this cannot cure mental illness but can give relief.


There are various treatments for managing mental health disorders such as therapies that are performed by psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, and some primary care
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Minum Fatima Junejo

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